Practical Agile Leadership

Comprehensive Guidance for Managing Agile

Wondering how to best support your Agile team(s) in delivering useful results consistently?


Unsure what to do — and what to avoid doing — when faced with challenges in your Agile implementation?


Looking for practical guidance on Agile management in the real world?

Attend this two-day training with Gil Broza and get all the answers you’re looking for. (Be ready: you’ll be developing many of these answers yourself.)


I (Gil) started helping managers, directors, and project managers embrace Agile leadership a decade ago. I am familiar with their questions and concerns; I see the friction between Agile theory and organizational realities; and I know how to help such leaders figure out how to support their teams in creating better results.


I’ve already taught over 100 Agile leadership courses and coached hundreds of managers, directors, and executives in dozens of Agile transformations. Everything you’ll learn comes from real-world experience and tested methods. This training is your practical, proven, and reasonably priced alternative to CAL1.


This course is designed for managers, directors, project/program managers, Agile team leaders, and ScrumMasters who are:


  • accountable for the success of one or more Agile teams
  • familiar with the Agile concepts through both experience and study
  • looking to increase their contribution as leaders


If you have a colleague who fits this description, you’ll get better results by attending together.

Course content and structure

  1. Baseline: The choices that guide Agile work and decision-making
  2. Understanding your role and mindset
  3. Approaching work initiatives
  4. Ensuring Agility throughout the value stream
  5. Supporting people and teams
  6. Defining your responsibilities
  7. Helping people succeed
  8. Coaching for growth and performance
  9. Engaging people in meaningful meetings
  10. Navigating your organization’s Agile Journey
  11. Growing as an Agile leader


Each segment involves a mix of interactive teaching, individual and group activities, and discussions. We go light on theory and heavy on practical application. Participants receive a reference binder.


Location: This course will most likely take place at the Holiday Inn Yorkdale in Toronto (at Dufferin and Highway 401).


Class size: Maximum attendance is 20 people.


Cancellation: If you need to cancel more than 30 days before the course, feel free to find someone to take your place. If you can’t find a substitute within this time frame, we’ll refund all but $400 to cover our administrative costs.


If you cancel within 30 days before the course, we can’t provide a refund. However, you may find a substitute.


No matter when you need to cancel, if you find a substitute, please let us know ASAP who that person is. It’s up to you to take care of payment arrangements with that person. Bonuses are not transferable between registrants.


  • Regular admission: Cdn $1,800 + HST (US $1,450)
  • Early bird: Cdn $1,550 + HST (US $1,250), ending on January 21, 2018
  • Super early bird: Cdn $1,350 + HST (US $1,100), ending on November 30, 2017. Limited to the first 5 tickets.


You may buy tickets on our site using a credit card or PayPal. You can also contact us for an invoice.


If you intend to buy 3 or 4 tickets, contact us for a 15% discount (on all tickets) and to arrange payment.


If you truly participate and apply yourself, you — and subsequently your team and organization — will see the difference. Just to back that up, if you decide at the end of the first day that it’s not for you, tell the instructor (Gil). Return all the materials you received, and we’ll refund your ticket less a 20% reversal fee. No questions asked.




  • Discover how to support healthy and sustainable agility.
  • Gain insights and tools for sidestepping common traps and barriers.
  • Build up your confidence, and optimize your contribution, as an Agile leader.



Toronto, ON: February 21-22, 2018


Super early bird registration ends on November 30.


All prices in Canadian dollars (C $1 =~ US $0.80, GBP 0.60, euro 0.70) Dismiss

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